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Friday, June 15

Paterson says Sinn Fein 'knew broad outline' of Queen Stormont plan: BBC

Why Martin is keeping us guessing over that royal handshake: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A Sinn Féin tease: The Irish Times
Editorial

Irish American dissident Republicans protest Queen's Jubilee in NYC campaign to free Marian Price: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Molly Muldoon

Council to send congratulations to Queen despite opposition: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

SDLP to give away Queen tickets: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order set to hold Jubilee parade: The News Letter

Sinn Fein MP will get £50,000 payout when he steps down... even though he has never taken his seat: Daily Mirror

Commission chases Doherty over court challenge costs: The Irish Times

Donegal TD Pearse Doherty takes the strain for Gerry Adams: BBC
Mark Devenport

NI Conservatives pledge UK politics with an Ulster accent: The News Letter

Tories launch in Ulster – Analysis: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stomont parties talk the talk, but have yet to walk the walk: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UUP extraordinary meeting over position on gay marriage: BBC

Political puritans creating wrong image for province: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police group backs Paterson's role: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident suspect arrested in Mayobridge: BBC

Community worker slams 'Nazi tactics': Derry Journal

Police federation calls for 'whole life' terms for killing officers: BBC

RAAD 'aims to kill police officers': Belfast Telegraph

Terror is no answer to drugs issues: Londonderry Sentinel

Ireland's Euro 2012 armband match tribute to UDA massacre victims slammed: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Loughinisland Anniversary is opportunity to support families' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Let's stand up to recall this day of sorrow for so many: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

Witness was told of Garda 'leak': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick Tribunal – Solicitor denies wanting to frame Owen Corrigan: BBC

Kenny and Robinson in council talks: Belfast Telegraph

Vandals cut off GAA goalposts: UTV

'Carginagh GAA vandalism an act of intolerance' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Rangers in crisis – How other SPL clubs rely on Ibrox club for major part of their income: Scottish Daily Record

Thursday, June 14

Meeting 'also hard for Queen' – Robinson: UTV

UUP members' comments test Mike Nesbitt's authority: BBC
Mark Devenport

Profusion of Tricolours puts me in mind of friends: The Irish Times
David Adams

Views sought on council flag flying: UTV

London(derry) calling – Shatter wades into 400-year old dispute with faux pas: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Alan Shatter explains Dail Londonderry reference: BBC

Can rebranded Northern Ireland Conservatives deliver?: BBC
Stephen Walker

People forked out £8m to victims this year alone: Londonderry Sentinel

Alliance accuses DUP and UUP of 'Unionist unity' at Antrim Council: Antrim Times

Hamilton – 'I will my duty': Londonderry Sentinel

O'Dowd thanked for his support: Lurgan Mail

Mural to go, business to grow : Irish Echo

Drugs hysteria solves nothing: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Much has changed between silver and diamond jubilees: Irish Echo

Corporation tax control will make us unbeatable, says First Minister: Belfast Telegraph

McKay Commission in Belfast over West Lothian Question: BBC

20 years on, politics here is still stuck in the men's locker room (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Doherty and SF point the way for opposition: Irish Independent

Bangor-born singer defends support for Republic: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

'It's not the end of road for Rangers': The News Letter

Gaelic games – Protestant support for GAA in schools grows (Jun 12): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Maginnis remarks on gay people 'not UUP policy': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster Unionist Lord Maginnis condemned for calling gay acts 'deviant': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Hibs fans' chief – Throw Rangers out of SPL: The Scotsman
Colleen Strachan

The key goals for Scottish football: The Herald
Editorial

Closer ties with Britain offer us a way out of our euro nightmare: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

This Separate Isle: New York Times
John Redwood

How are we to remain an independent nation?: The Independent
Andreas Whittam Smith

Salmond steps up bid for two-question referendum after shaky start to Yes Scotland campaign (Jun 12): Scottish Daily Record
Magnus Gardham

Identity issue cloaks weakness of No campaign (Jun 12): The Scotsman
Ewan Crawford

Wednesday, June 13

McCann to be Junior Minister: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF ex-prisoner to have victims role at Stormont: The News Letter

SF defends ex-prisoner appointment: UTV

Border survey findings leave politicians split... no surprise there, then: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

That handshake: UTV
Ken Reid

Poll – Northern Ireland still wants devolved government: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

It's a baptism of fire for Belfast's new first citizen: Belfast Telegraph

DUP declined post to help cross-community relations: Ballymoney Times

Councils warned on power-sharing: Belfast Telegraph

Martin McGuinness' cold feet over Queen a 'calculated insult': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

We threw grenade at police, claim dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

RAAD 'Exploit' Police Raid: Derry Journal

RAAD victim's mother 'let down' by PSNI: UTV

Police 'refused to chase attackers into a no-go area': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Six out of 10 women won't vote for any of Northern Ireland's political parties: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Poll – Strong public support for producing official documents in three languages: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Anderson officially takes on MEP role: Derry Journal

John Major tells of 'mayhem' after 'hostile unionist' leak: BBC

Mural puts positive spin on graffiti: Derry Journal

Golf course tribute to IRA victim: The News Letter

Faithful find standing room only for Martin's big moment: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Gay marriage is one of worst threats in 500 years, says Church of England (Jun 12): The Independent
Jerome Taylor

The marriage of church and state is anything but gay: Guardian.co.uk
Simon Jenkins

FAI 'will tackle offensive Republic fans': The News Letter

Rangers Football Club Born 1872, died 2012: The Herald
Martin Williams

Former Rangers star Alex Rae – This is the end of the old Rangers.. but the club will rise again: Scottish Daily Record
Alex Rae

How taxman has called full-time on a historic club Decline and fall – The last days of Rangers: The Herald
Martin Williams

Scottish independence – Fresh doubts over voice within sterlingzone: The Scotsman

Miliband plays the national identity game: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Own up, Alex; you don't want real independence: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Tuesday, June 12

A new headache for the Chief Constable... just 25% would urge a loved one to join police: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Martin McGuinness to resign as MP: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

McGuinness to step down in SF move to end dual mandate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness 'surprised' by Jubilee party: UTV

Queen meeting 'not do-able': Derry Journal

What's behind Sinn Fein's royal angst?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Election contenders – Almost half want other parties on ballot paper: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

We must put victims above society – UUP: The News Letter

Victims plea to Republic's footballers: The News Letter

Border poll – Results that reflect a country in a state of widespread social change: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A united Ireland would need some joined-up thinking: Belfast Telegraph
Ruairi O'Kane

SF "overlooked" for top roles on Council committees – Maguire: Ballymena Times

O'Reilly to continue as Council chairman for second year: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

'We must deliver for all citizens': Derry Journal

Controversy in Derry City Council as new mayor elected: BBC

Alliance group leader slams the 'dirty deals' of unionist councillors: Belfast Telegraph

'Loud bang' was grenade attack on police claim dissidents: Ulster Star

Comedian Frankie Boyle's Big Brother remark 'inappropriate' – Derry MLA: Derry Journal

Man pleads guilty to terrorism charges: UTV

Red Cross helping those targeted by RAAD: BBC

PSNI launch 'punishment' attack appeal: Derry Journal

'Mayor Casey noticeably silent about torture and suffering' – Hyland: Newry Times
Emma Taylor

Carroll murder sentences prompts review: UTV

Catholics unite with Protestants for historic celebration: Irish Independent
Edel O'Connell

Pent-up ire sparks religion of future – It's time to cut Vatican ties: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Can Irish Presbyterians reconnect with their missing generation?: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Ireland is becoming land of saints and secularists: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'Narrow Water Bridge must be priority for SEUPB' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

UK slashes its interest rate on our £7bn bailout loans: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

Northern Ireland Assembly debates Arms Trade Treaty motion: BBC

Nationalism is pulling UK nations in opposite directions: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Ups and downs of British identity: Financial Times
Brian Groom

Monday, June 11

Just 7pc in North want Ireland to be united: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Border poll puts it up to parties: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Opening our door to the monarchy might bring us rich rewards (Jun 10): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Who are real victims of Troubles?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Caral Ni Chuilin says Sinn Fein not consulted on Jubilee party: BBC

SF statement on Stormont Jubilee party: UTV

Why all the fuss about the jubilee?: Derry Journal
Eileen Barr

Our attitudes to the Jubilee say a lot about us (Jun 10): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sinn Fein calls on Cavlan to vacate seat: Ballymoney Times

Craigavon mayor condemns PSNI attack: UTV

Army bomb disposal officers attend Larne security alert: BBC

Dissident bomb parts found in Mayo: UTV

Republic fans in sectarian storm: The News Letter

Speak out over Provo medals, GAA is urged: The News Letter

Three arrested over theft of memorial to IRA victims: The News Letter

We must not waste chance for shared schools system (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

Just half of expected pilgrims attend: Irish Independent
Edel O'Connell

All the pomp but none of the national piety of 1932: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Church at a crossroads (Jun 9): The Irish Times
Editorial

Leaving Cert – it's an Irish renaissance as hostilities cease (Jun 3): Sunday Independent
Andrew McKimm

Put out more flags: BBC
Kenneth Macdonald

Worried about the financial crisis? Don't look at the Scottish Flag: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

No to independence campaign's Better Together slogan criticised as 'pro-Tory': Scottish Daily Record

Existential question of who we are: The Scotsman
Lesley Riddoch

Scottish voters must hear the best case for both sides (May 25): The Independent
Editorial

Sunday, June 10

Senior Orangeman to address Irish Senate: The News Letter

SF 'has itself to blame for missing mayor role': The News Letter

Pact in chaos after Sinn Féin takes Vice Chair: Donegal Democrat

Shinners celebrate Mick's own goal: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Insidious Sinn Fein is only helped by Insider Ireland: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Police have been attacked during a hoax alert in Craigavon: BBC

Controlled explosions in Derry alert: UTV

Police tell millionaire developer that IRA mobsters are plotting to kill him: Scottish Sunday Mail
Derek Alexander and Russell Findlay

What Price freedom? (May 24): Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Terror victims conference in Omagh: Belfast Telegraph

Welsh trip brings back memories: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Stop 'consulting' people and try listening to them instead (Jun 8): Belfast Telegraph
Quintin Oliver

Citizens to be selected to constitution convention (Jun 6): Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Taoiseach hears opposition views on convention (Jun 8): The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Flame shines a light on ties with closest partner: Sunday Independent
Karen Coleman

Stolen for a drunken prank - Police retrieve plaque commemorating two children killed by IRA bomb in Warrington: Daily Mail
Ian Garland

Slow but sure progress made at Stormont (May 12): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Phase 2 of Peace Programme launched: Leitrim Observer

Pope relies on just handful in Vatican for Ireland policy (Jun 7): The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Can the Eucharistic Congress mark beginning of a Catholic renewal? (Jun 9): Irish Independent
Garry O'Sullivan

Is the Church a club with rules you accept or leave?: Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

A massive occasion for the Church: Evening Herald
Editorial

Why the jubilee party is well and truly over for the British (Jun 9): Irish Independent
James Downey

Why the queen who lost the British Empire is still revered – Elizabeth II lucky she's not locked in the Tower of London: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

SNP anger at Defence Secretary's claim that a Scottish army would not be 'sustainable' (Jun 8): The Scotsman

Cameron will hand Scots control of 70% of all income tax it raises as a 'reward' if they reject independence (Jun 8): Daily Mail
Gerri Peev

Independent Scotland could use 'full range of armed forces' to defend its interests, insists Alex Salmond (Jun 8): Scottish Daily Record

Independent and British? SNP just can't have it both ways: Scotland on Sunday
Mike Elrick

Saturday, June 9

Police 'face dissidents threat': Belfast Telegraph

PSNI outline plans to tackle paramilitary attacks: Londonderry Sentinel

Paramilitary crackdown but 'faith is lost': UTV

Paint bombs thrown at police: UTV

Sinn Fein seek legal advice over Craigavon mayor row: BBC

Mayhem as council elects yet another DUP Mayor: Portadown Times

McAvoy – "A great honour to be mayor for all of Ballymena": Ballymoney Times

SF's Campbell to be Mayor: Derry Journal

Attempt made to remove Jubilee flag: Londonderry Sentinel

In pole position: Belfast Media

Stormont to host Diamond Jubilee party for 10,000: BBC

If you ask me we would all be better off keeping quiet (Jun 4): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Ex-garda claims 'nobody suffered more than I did' in fight against terrorism: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Owen Corrigan tells Smithwick Tribunal of Donaldson 'rogue garda' claim fears: BBC

Finucane claims about PM withdrawn: UTV

Orange Order on the march (May 30): Drogheda Independent
Hubert Murphy

Now the Mail has pop off Ireland and Jedward: Evening Herald
Eoin Farren

Comedian Frankie Boyle – Bring back punishment beatings for Big Brother star: Belfast Telegraph

Developer Tom McFeely's wife told to leave home by August: Irish Independent
Ray Managh and Breda Heffernan

Independent Loyal Orange Order take British Government to task: Ballymoney Times

Alliance Councillor Clarke welcomes RTE TV decision (Jun 5): Newry Times
Emma Taylor

Universities in times of crisis and renewal: TheDetail.tv
Colin Harvey

Cardinal – Irish church 'needs a good week': The Irish Times
Rowan Gallagher

Congress returns to a changed Ireland: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Congress will succeed if it helps make people better citizens: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Tributes after Archbishop announces retirement plan: The News Letter

Referendum result hasn't settled debate on contentious issue (Jun 7): Irish Examiner
Maura Adshead

Union jerks: Scottish Sun
Annabelle Love

Why so scared of the N-word? (Jun 7): The Scotsman
Margo MacDonald

Ed Miliband launches blistering attack on Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson for 'shrugging his shoulders' at prospect of Scottish independence (Jun 7): Daily Mail
Kirsty Walker

Britishness is simply not for Miliband to grant or refuse: The Herald
Ian Bell

Friday, June 8

N Ireland secretary warns on dissidents: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Anger at online threats to PSNI officers and families: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Dissident group claims PSNI bomb attack: UTV

PSNI to tackle punishment attacks: BBC

RAAD is no moral crusade, it's terrorism in a new guise: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Orange Lodge leader to be invited to House: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Orangeman in historic address to Irish Senate: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Nesbitt says his unionism not lessened by Leinster House visit: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Sinn Fein victim status for Butchers 'is barmy': The News Letter

Parties sharpen knives for best deals in ministerial carve-up: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SF's Maeve McLaughlin chosen as new Foyle MLA: Derry Journal

SDLP's PJ McAvoy is Ballymena's first nationalist mayor: BBC

Ballymena elects first nationalist mayor: UTV

Back on the search for lasting peace: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Groups step up BC campaign: Irish Echo

'Shameful lie' behind collusion claims, ex-garda tells tribunal: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick told first name terms claim 'incredible': BBC

RUC chief 'ordered police car to take border detour': The News Letter

Protestant men jailed during internment suing government: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'Olympic Torch visit was cynical attempt by British to normalise presence in Ireland' – Republican Sinn Fein: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Torch shines on N Ireland divide: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

This flame lit up our lives and celebrated our peace: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Inside... Orangefest (Jun 4): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

CoI primate of All Ireland Alan Harper to retire: RTE

'Prize of Peace' – Lord Alderdice, and bringing an end to the Troubles in Northern Ireland: Islington Tribune

Labour squeezed in the middle as Sinn Féin eats at its support: Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

James McClean hits back at Keith Gillespie's 'defector' jibe: Belfast Telegraph

Rangers fan admits to bomb threat: The Scotsman

Scots 'will not be British on exit from UK': The Herald
Michael Settle

England, Miliband's England, is a lost country: The Independent
Owen Jones

Britishness – identity parade: The Guardian
Editorial

Thursday, June 7

Fury as IRA atrocity suspect who topped UK's 'most wanted' list is appointed to victims' forum: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Absolutely ridiculous' appointment blasted: The News Letter

Appointment of Eibhlin Glenholmes to new forum for victims in Northern Ireland defended: Irish Independent
Steven McCaffrey and Deric Henderson

Reverse insensitive Glenholmes decision: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

FoI documents contradict NIO denials over Hutchinson appointment: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Nesbitt is first unionist leader to speak at Leinster House: BBC

Council accused of Jubilee snub: Londonderry Sentinel

It might help if unionists got their facts right: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Will we be drinking to sight of Martin on Jubilee mug?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Protesters branded 'losers': Londonderry Sentinel

Police chief – we had a deal with Olympic torch protesters, but they broke it: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

'Republican protest took positive focus off Torch visit' – Casey: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'Murder threat' in PSNI bomb attack: UTV

Terror camp was preparing for an attack, court told: BBC

Town men accused of having explosives: Tyrone Times

Car bomb attack on policeman 'went like a dream': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

40 men shot in Derry in last five years: BBC

Sinn Fein will seek legal advice if transfers allowed in Mayoral vote: Lurgan Mail

Row as residents' group slams march by Junior Orange: Portadown Times

Freedom honour for Lord Laird: The News Letter

Wayne McCullough – To take the flame across the border is a big, big thing: Belfast Telegraph
Elaine Keogh

Irish language bodies welcome report: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

McFeely's wife fights to stay in €10m home: Irish Independent
Ray Managh

This so-called constitutional convention is a charade: The Irish Times
Conor O'Mahony

England and Wales want Scots to stay in the union, poll reveals: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Scottish independence – England must have its say – Ed Miliband: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Right royal hypocrisy from the Nationalists: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Wednesday, June 6

Unionists to press parades body over Drumcree logjam: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police escape injury in Dunmurry bomb attack: Ulster Star

PSNI raids branded Creggan 'punishment': Derry Journal

Councillor critical of Jonesboro Police Operation: Newry Times
Paul Malone

RAAD targets PSNI: Derry Journal

Now lawless vigilantes up the ante on violence: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

RIRA gang are chief suspects in €40k raid on pub: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Dissidents plan to pelt Olympic torch bearers with eggs: The Sun
Stephen Breen

Olympic torch relay organisers quash fears over security ahead of appearance in Dublin: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

Her Majesty 'steadying influence' in peace process – Robinson: The News Letter

Concern over withdrawal of staff Jubilee kits: The News Letter

Queen's true glory lies in tiny, everyday duties done for six indefatigable decades: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

A legacy of hope: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Royal jubilee: The Irish Times
Editorial

When it comes to emblems, our skin is thin and our tempers short, but change is coming: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Unionists 'should come out of the dark' – McPeake: Mid Ulster Mail

Boost for victims of violence: Londonderry Sentinel

Anger at victims' forum appointment: Drogheda Independent

Victims deserve more sensitivity: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Meeting with killer's parents 'futile' – Kate Carroll: Dromore Leader

IRA medals bring shame on GAA – Morrow: The News Letter

'Defector' James McClean is hiding behind religion, says Keith Gillespie: Belfast Telegraph
John Laverty

Belfast due to host peace building event: BBC

Why the Catholic Church is losing ground in Ireland: Macleans
Brian Bethune

Music ban on Orange marches in Glasgow could be overturned by council: The Scotsman

Tuesday, June 5

Irish republicans force diversion for Olympic torch: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Olympic torch rerouted after dissident protest: Derry Journal

Tight security for Olympic Torch: Belfast Telegraph

Politicians condemn Olympic torch trouble in Londonderry: BBC

RAAD admit attack on police: Derry Journal

Orange leaders meet Swire over Drumcree: The News Letter

Arson attack at home of politician: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Veteran loyalist slams drug dealers following fire-bomb murder bid: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

O'Dowd under fire for taking killer from jail to family funeral: Portadown Times

Eroding Trust: InsideHigherEd
Mary E. Daly

Love Thy Enemy: Huffington Post
David Miles

Belfast's new mayor – He's a children's entertainer, a barrister and has a masters in politics (... oh, and he's still only 27): Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

PSNI warning over West Belfast Facebook sectarian posts: BBC

Labour values hold key to a fresh political approach (May 25): Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

Mother's anger over GAA club's 'IRA medals' for under-12s: BBC

First Minister's Royal memories: The News Letter

Royal toasts to be made quietly, but party should be for all.: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Queen gives us something special: The News Letter
Alex Kane

One handshake shouldn't overshadow Queen's tour: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Twelve Organisations in Louth are to receive €2.3 million for peace projects: Dundalk Democrat

Many Catholics 'do not believe' church teachings: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Never less cause for celebration with just a third of Catholics attending weekly Mass: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

Eucharistic Congress – Diminished Church set to celebrate: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The longest echo is a deep sense of despair (Jun 3): Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Hiding behind slogans won't change the facts: The Scotsman
Ewan Crawford

Scots still love the Queen says Alex Salmond: Scottish Daily Record

Time to end religious bias (May 19): The Scotsman
Norman Bonney

Monday, June 4

PSNI 'comfortable' that details of Queen's visit to NI are released: BBC

Martin must take another bold step and meet Queen: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Strengthening the new Northern Ireland: Politics First

Crucial vote will mean Union flag flying on fewer days at Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Twelfth family event planned for Belfast City Hall grounds: BBC

Antrim home of PUP's Ken Wilkinson targeted: BBC

Police say bomb attack was "attempted murder": Derry Journal

Fury over bomb attack on police in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Creggan policing criticised: Derry Journal

McMullan defends right to 'hold police to account': Larne Times

Man questioned over dissident activity: UTV

PUP's Billy Hutchinson to talk to Derry young people: Derry Journal

Dungannon estates no longer 'sectarian ghettoes' claim: Tyrone Times

New move aims to aid cross-community contact in schools: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Olympic torch to cross peace bridge: London Evening Standard

SDLP welcome news on Narrow Water appeal: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Belfast honoured to mark Jubilee: Belfast Telegraph

'No question' of queen abdicating, claims Cameron: Irish Independent
Robert Hutton

Canavan criticises BBC over 'royalist puff piece' (Jun 1): The Herald
Victoria Weldon

We need a head of state. And the Queen can't be bettered: The Independent
John Kampfner

James McPake – I opted for Northern Ireland after waiting three for Scotland call-up (May 31): Scottish Daily Record
Euan McLean

Ireland's only hope now is for the Euro to fail (Jun 1): Daily Mail
Mark Dooley

Unionists for independence not a contradiction: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Olympics bosses lift ban on Saltire at Hampden (Jun 2): The Herald
Jody Harrison

Sunday, June 3

Robinson – McGuinness meeting Queen inevitable: The News Letter

Sinn Fein set to meet Queen Elizabeth during Northern Ireland visit: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Antoinette Kelly

Diamond Jubilee – Queen 'consistently gracious': BBC

Student group slams uni's Jubilee closure: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Fury after Tesco asks staff to give jubilee badges back: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Diamond Jubilee – 21-gun salute at Hillsborough: BBC

Best wishes to Queen from Rebel County: Sunday Independent
Ralph Riegel

Gilmour 'loves the Derry people': Derry Journal

Bomb thrown at Derry police as city prepares for Olympic torch relay: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Man held in NI dissident investigation: RTE

Parades watchdog faces fury on Drumcree talks: The News Letter

Time for new thinking: Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

lt wasn't all plain sailing navigating mayoral politics: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Ireland votes in favour of fiscal treaty (Jun 1): BBC
Mark Devenport

Cynical SF suffered from putting Mary Lou in charge: Sunday Independent
Karen Coleman

Majority decision highlights a growing divide in an austerity-stricken Ireland (Jun 2): The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Scots crowned chief Brit haters after Ireland cedes throne (Jun 2): The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

The monarchy is doing fine – the problem is the oligarchy: Sunday Telegraph
Matthew d'Ancona

Queen's diamond jubilee – a vapid family and a mirage of nationhood. What's to celebrate? (May 31): Guardian.co.uk
Polly Toynbee

We're all monarchists now – even me: Sunday Telegraph
Jeremy Paxman

An unholy alliance: (from Politics First)
John Coulter

Saturday, June 2

Robinson is new Belfast Lord Mayor: The News Letter

That was the year that was (May 27): Belfast Media
Jude Collins

PSNI attacked over RAAD raid: UTV

Man arrested in connection to RAAD vigilante attacks: Derry Journal

UUP 'Tricolour' flower arrangement sparks row: Mid Ulster Mail

Will Martin McGuinness meet and shake hands with the Queen?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Ulster ready for Royal knees up: The News Letter

'Coleraine is the Queen's second home': Coleraine Times

Nasty and brutish campaign sees SF emerge as real winner: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Coalition played on fears of electorate, Adams claims: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Police fail in bid to have Ballymurphy Seven case dismissed: BBC

Connolly – I was certain I would be shot on Ulster tour: The Herald

Sandy Row loyalist mural to be replaced with William of Orange painting: BBC
Julian O'Neill

No plans for an Ulster Scots Act: Minister: Londonderry Sentinel

A funny thing happened on the way to the barbecue (May 31): The Irish Times
David Adams

The Irish Catholic – How we differ from the German, Italian and Polish churches: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

Olympic torch to arrive in Belfast for cross-border relay: RTE

City funds Orange events: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scottish independence – Lord Lawson rubbishes Alex Salmond bank claims: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Scottish independence – Luvvies play starring role in Yes, First Minister (May 26): The Scotsman

Celebrations show queen has extraordinary hold on the affections of her people (Jun 1): The Irish Times
Vernon Bogdanor

Confessions of a royal tea-party republican (Jun 1): The Independent
Katherine Butler

Mrs Windsor, anyone?: Financial Times
Matthew Engel

Friday, June 1

Queen to visit Northern Ireland on Jubilee tour of UK: Daily Mail
Sadie Whitelocks

Queen's announced Ulster visit 'a sign of progress': The News Letter

Meeting would be 'difficult decision' for Queen and Sinn Fein: BBC

Report says Union flag should fly only on certain days: BBC
Martina Purdy

No shared future in planned segregation at Girdwood: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

What's not to like about new hate theme park?: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Independent councillor joins, then quits, UUP: The News Letter

'Pipe bomb' at SF office was a hoax: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

SF condemns hoax bomb at office: The Irish Times

Adams risks little in his each-way euro bet: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SF knocked from perch by 'dead parrot' claims: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Beggared by the euro – Never mind Greece and Spain, there's a country far closer to home that's been brought to its knees by Brussels. So have the Irish seized their last chance to fight back?: Daily Mail
Simon Heffer

Gun victim was taken from the house where his dad was murdered: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Kate wants Carroll killer prison visit: UTV

Rioting charges against youth withdrawn: The Irish Times

Easter rally case cost £8k: Londonderry Sentinel

Huge crowd supports Marian: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Two men charged over pipe bomb find in Dungannon: BBC

Police papers linked UVF to Chinese man's murder: The Irish Times

NIPSA calls for end to PSNI rehiring retired officers: BBC

Delay after Dungannon policing partnership fails to fill vacancies: Tyrone Times

First female NI prisons chief 'ready for challenge': The News Letter

Report says Nama is selling NI property 'slowly': BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Presbyterian concern over 'missing generation': The News Letter

No news can be good news where church is concerned (May 29): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Hundreds of Northern Irish students exploit free Scottish degree passport loophole: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Rise in Northern Ireland student applicants with dual nationality: The Herald
Andrew Denholm

Scottish independence – Treasury slaps down Alex Salmond's bank claim: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Treasury – Independent Scotland would have no control over interest rates: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson



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